DECEMBER 2010 ARCHIVE

NEW COSTUME GALLERY

Land of the Giants Costumes

A unique event is happening this month in California. Two original Land of the Giants costumes (Steve Burton and Betty Hamilton uniforms) are being auctioned at the Profiles in History Hollywood Auction 43 on 17-18 December 2010. For details, please visit this gallery or the Profiles in History Web Site.

Land of the Giants Costume Gallery

PROFILES IN HISTORY HOLLYWOOD AUCTION 43

http://www.profilesinhistory.com/items/hollywood-memorabilia-auction-43?Itemid=63

Two original Land of the Giants costumes (Steve Burton and Betty Hamilton uniforms), two Lost in Space Tunics (John Robinson Season 1 and Season 3), and a set of 90 autographed original Lost in Space Scripts are being auctioned at the Profiles in History Hollywood Auction 43 on 17-18 December 2010.

For more details, please visit the Profiles in History Web Site.

Profiles in History Hollywood Auction 43 Prices Realised

Several Irwin Allen related items went under the hammer at the Profiles in History December 2010 Auction 43 .  Here’s how much each item sold for (not including buyer’s premium, taxes and fees):

Steve Burton Costume: $6,500

Betty Hamilton Costume: $4,000

John Robinson Season 1 Tunic: $6,000

John Robinson Season 3 Tunic: $11,000

Set of 90 original, autographed Lost in Space Scripts: $30,000

SPECIAL CHRISTMAS 3D COMIC ISSUE

Deep Waters

Max Depth and D. S. Campos have created a special Christmas treat for Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea fans in the form of a Special 3D Issue of the recent comic strip images.

Visit Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Comic Strips

San Jose Super Toy, Comic Book & Collectible Show

Bill Mumy attended the San Jose Super Toy, Comic Book & Collectible Show on Saturday 4th December 2010: For details of future events, please visit:
http://www.timetunnelnews.blogspot.com/

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